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Ryan Malone

Depending on what your layout looks like, you could create a "window" that would mask off the screen, allowing you to move the script up behind the other elements, so that they are only visible while in the window. But, the panel would be non-functional (the user would not be able to scroll; it would only scroll with the animation), kind of a pain to set up unless you have a very simple layout, and in my opinion, not really worth it (at least the way I'm thinking of doing it).

Personally, I'd just use a text box that changes text in time with the animation. Then, you could add forward/back buttons to page through the text, giving the user some control. You'll also save yourself an incredible headache.